Are students ready for QR codes? Findings from a student survey at the University of Bath.

Andrew Ramsden, Lindsay Jordan

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Abstract

This document is part of a series of reports commissioned by JISC on the potential for using QR codes in learning and teaching. There is a growing interest around the use of QR Codes in learning, teaching and assessment (http://mobile-learning.blog-city.com). This is starting to generate some very interesting applications for this technology in education (see http://blogs.bath.ac.uk/qrcode/category/ideas_factory/). However, to date there has been little research or discussion around the issue of student access and any likely support needs. This working paper aims to investigate the issue of student access through the analysis of a recent student survey undertaken at the University of Bath.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationBath, U. K.
PublisherUniversity of Bath
StatusUnpublished - 2009

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Ramsden, A., & Jordan, L. (2009). Are students ready for QR codes? Findings from a student survey at the University of Bath. Bath, U. K.: University of Bath.

Are students ready for QR codes? Findings from a student survey at the University of Bath. / Ramsden, Andrew; Jordan, Lindsay.

Bath, U. K. : University of Bath, 2009.

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Ramsden, A & Jordan, L 2009 'Are students ready for QR codes? Findings from a student survey at the University of Bath.' University of Bath, Bath, U. K.
Ramsden A, Jordan L. Are students ready for QR codes? Findings from a student survey at the University of Bath. Bath, U. K.: University of Bath. 2009.
Ramsden, Andrew ; Jordan, Lindsay. / Are students ready for QR codes? Findings from a student survey at the University of Bath. Bath, U. K. : University of Bath, 2009.
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